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Intel Pulls the Plug On Cascade Lake HEDT, Workstation CPUs

Intel had already discontinued some of its Cascade Lake Xeon processors due to stiff competition from AMD’s EPYC Rome lineup. Many Cascade Lake SKUs survived the disconnect. After three long years, Intel decided to lay off some of the surviving employees.

Intel launched Cascade Lake in 2019 to replace Skylake. Cascade Lake is an optimized version of Skylake and represents an optimization phase in Intel’s process, architecture, and optimization development model. The 14nm processors were available in various presentations such as Cascade Lake-X for HEDT, Cascade Lake-W for workstations and Cascade Lake-SP and Cascade Lake-AP for servers.In a new Product Change Notice (PCN), Intel has been discontinued The company’s Cascade Lake-X and Cascade Lake-W lineups. This termination applies to both tray and box processors.

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